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Welcome to RRC Now, a premium podcast from the Residential Real Estate Council. Each month, we will be providing valuable real estate information from presenters located around the world, focusing on topics such as technology, business development, marketing, taxes, and more! Subscribing to the premium podcast will expand your library of content, adding several additional episodes a month to your podcast feed.

Aug 4, 2020

Learn from the best with this expert panel of CRS Designees! They will share their success stories, strategies, tactics and best practices for effective pricing. They will also explore some of the common pitfalls and how to avoid and, if necessary, recover from them.


Jul 29, 2020

This episode will help agents by giving them a heighten sense of awareness when it comes to Fair Housing and a better understanding of the law and to avoid any pitfalls when it comes to Fair Housing.

2020, the year of a pandemic and heighten racial tensions, REALTORS® must have a clear understanding of Fair Housing Laws.


Jul 21, 2020

Learn key techniques and processes to generate new business after a client has closed. We all know the statistics and my clients end up using a different agent on their future transaction because follow up never took place. What better way to grow your business than through the strong referrals of past clients?


Jul 14, 2020

It is easy to fall into the trap of thinking that success is simply "getting back to the basics." If the basics work so well, why would we ever need to get "back" to them? Why not just do them all the time? This session will remind us all that success is usually easier to find when we aren't too busy looking for...


Jul 8, 2020

The term "smart city" can mean a lot of things to people. In this webinar, a panel of experts will help define what it means and what they are working on to drive the smart city movement. Join thought leaders, scientists and city planners as they discuss what is happening, what's coming and the implications for cities...